According to the American Psychological Association, chronic stress is linked to the six leading causes of death: heart disease, cancer, lung ailments, accidents, cirrhosis of the liver and suicide.
And more than 75 percent of all physician office visits are for stress-related ailments and complaints.
Are you reading this at 2AM because you can’t stop thinking about what happened at work today? Relationship problems with your loved ones keeping you awake at night? Don’t worry because fortunately, we’re here to provide help!
Welcome to Fifth Degree! My name is Brian, and I stress a lot… to the point where I get really angry and want to hit or throw something and can’t sleep for hours! I’d wake up tired, and would often have a dry mouth.
My Ultimate Stressed Out Face
Please see my current reviews below, where I go into great detail on some popular yoga trends, and how they can be beneficial for relieving stress:
Stress isn’t just an annoyance to yourself and those around you – it could indicate health problems such as chronic problems, cancer, obesity or potentially life-threatening conditions.
Is Yoga the perfect form of exercise and relaxation?
Yoga has some incredible health benefits which stem from controlled breathing and increased blood flow. Our bodies organs simply do not operate at peak efficiency unless they are receiving the oxygen and nutrients that they need.
The waste products from our muscles and organs are carried away by the lymphatic system. Both systems can develop chokepoints and blockages that different Yoga poses will address and correct. The result is a better more regular blood pressure, a more efficient immunity system and a optimal digestive process.
Because Yoga movements are slow and simple, the focus on correct breathing has a pronounced mental affect on the body. It provides us with an enhanced ability to focus, and to un-clutter our thoughts. This is a valuable edge in modern life and its importance should not be under estimated.
It would stimulate the lymphatic system as well as the blood flow and help the body dispose of waste products, improving the overall immune response system.
It would also have benefits that went beyond health – the sharpening of the mind and an increased sense of well being and contentment.
The documents that modern Yoga is based on are hundreds of years old, and the principles behind these documents were practiced long before that. It is a low impact form of exercise that has been tweaked and customized by literally thousands of different teachers and enthusiasts.
The are numerous resulting ‘styles’ of Yoga, but they all have the same core background and beliefs. What we refer to as Yoga in the West is usually the physical component of an entire life philosophy that has it’s own beliefs and code of ethics built in.
The physical focus of Yoga is on poses and slow movements that are low impact and usually use nothing more than our own body. Sometimes props and supports are used to assist the body in achieving and holding a particular pose. The poses can vary greatly in their degree of difficulty and even the same pose can have many different stages or levels.
And because Yoga does not require any special equipment we are not refined to set class times and can practice Yoga anywhere and any time the fancy takes us. We can even do breathing exercises to clear the mind while sitting at a work desk.
Finally many regular Yoga enthusiasts will tell you that there is a spiritual side to Yoga, how far this affects an individual will probably depend on their beliefs before they begin practicing Yoga, but it can perhaps be thought of most accurately with a greater comfort and connection with your own body.
So, it looks like Yoga does indeed check all the boxes and can be thought of as a perfect exercise form for de-stressing.
But before you leave the site, as a thank you gift for taking your time to visit me, let me leave you with something valuable.
After years of experimentation and research, I’ve finally found the basic beginner’s solution that will help decrease your stress levels which I want to share with you today. Let me introduce you to my:
Yoga for Stress Relief E-book
Abolish Stress From Your System And Think With A Clear Mind With Our E-Guide
Here’s an overview of this basic guide to achieving peace and calmness with yoga:
-With this guide, you’ll be equipped with the basic tools and strategies to help you reduce stress using simple yoga techniques.
-You’ll also get tons of extra information on your conditions and how you can deal with them in a variety of yoga poses to achieve peace and calmness in stress using natural methods.
Let me shed some light on some things that may be on your mind:
Will this help free me from my feelings of uncertainty?
Admittedly, some conditions are difficult to treat. But with the tools and strategies provided in the guide, freeing yourself will become a much easier process and you will start seeing results fast!
Wow, this is too good to be true! Will this cost me a bomb?
Here’s the good news, NO. This e-book is absolutely FREE. I want everybody to be able to have access to basic tools and strategies for achieving peace and serenity… Now that I’ve found the way, I want this ultimate guide to “jump start” your success regardless of how bad a situation you are in.
So how much will this cost you?
REAL WORLD VALUE = $29
But hey, like I said. I want EVERYBODY to be able to afford this amazing guide to achieving peace and calmness because the value it provides is literally mind blowing!
So, I’ve decided to make my research completely FREE of charge.
Hence, your total investment in this ultimate guide to peace and calmness Is $0:
Thanks for visiting, and I hope you found a solution to stress with help from Fifth Degree!
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